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Otago Daily Times | September 22, 2018
The Otago Spirit have been beaten 39-8 by Counties-Manukau at Forsyth Barr Stadium this afternoon.
Otago Daily Times | September 22, 2018
A 24-year-old man has been arrested in relation to several assaults in Invercargill early today.
Otago Daily Times | September 22, 2018
Emergency services at the scene this afternoon. Photo: Stephen Jaquiery Three Mile Hill Rd is open again after a motorcycle crash earlier today.
Otago Daily Times | September 22, 2018
snow_140415_151.jpg File photo: Gerard O'Brien A bitterly cold southerly is expected to bring snow as low as 200m across the South on Monday.
Otago Daily Times | September 22, 2018
mt_ruapehu_crater_lake22.jpg File photo: Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences A man has died after falling into Crater Lake at Mount Ruapehu this afternoon.
Otago Daily Times | September 22, 2018
George Bridge of Canterbury heads towards the tryline. Photo: Getty Images Canterbury has beaten Otago 47-25 in a Mitre 10 Cup match at Forsyth Barr Stadium tonight.
Otago Daily Times | September 22, 2018
Rural Women New Zealand president Fiona Gower. Photo: Supplied. Country women are still facing a high level of isolation, the president of Rural Women New Zealand (RWNZ) says.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Police responded to a serious family harm incident in the Tauranga suburb of Pāpāmoa East this morning, understood to be a stabbing.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Smiths Sport Shoes co-owner Greg Lapwood says he is losing about $1000 a week because of the construction of the bus hub and further delays will make it worse. Photo: Christine O'Connor One Great King St business owner says he is losing at least $1000 a week during the construction of D...
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Police and ambulance staff at South End School in Carterton. Students fell sick after an unknown substance was dropped from a plane. Photo: NZME Authorities are hunting for the source of the supposed chemical incident that affected dozens of people in the Wairarapa town of Carterton yesterday...
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Queenstown Airport. Photo: File Should Queenstown Airport be moved? That question is put up and almost instantly shot down by the Queenstown Airport Corporation in its master plan document. But, it’s an idea that continues to hover over the conversation about the future of air links to Cent...
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Photo: Simon Henderson New citizens, hailing from nine countries around the world, talked about the beauty of Central Otago during a swearing-in ceremony in Alexandra on Friday.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
The next phase of the Cromwell Masterplan programme is about to begin, after four areas were selected for more feedback.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Wanaka’s Mike Handford makes the most of the conditions on Treble Cone earlier this week. Photo: Supplied Treble Cone has decided to stick to its plan of closing tomorrow, despite there being plenty of snow on the mountain.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Waitaki residents will have to fork out up to five times what they usually would if they want to visit the Oamaru Blue Penguin Colony or Whitestone City during the peak tourism season.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
A proposal to install up to four additional CCTV cameras in Balclutha was approved unanimously by the Clutha District Council  this week.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Otago Whaler Louis Tili has a run around at the University of Otago Oval before today’s match against Wellington in Petone. Photo: Peter McIntosh Otago Whaler Louis Tili plays in the halves but doubles up on the code.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Cabins facing Thompson St. Photo: Paul Taylor Three developers have been shortlisted to compete to build commercial and residential properties on Queenstown land once earmarked for a conference centre and casino.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Photo: Daniel Birchfield North Otago SPCA manager Rachel van Grunsven holds Parker, a 9-month old male cat, at the SPCA’s new building behind Vetlife in Torridge St.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Jason Franklin Clydevale can expect a more reliable electricity supply under plans discussed in Balclutha recently.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Marcus Cooper Marcus Cooper has been appointed principal of the East Otago High School at Palmerston.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
A doubling of cherry plantings in Central Otago in the next five years will create significant accommodation shortages for staff, a Central Otago labour market report has predicted.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Gary Kircher Indoor sports facilities from Gore to Lincoln will be scrutinised by the Waitaki District Council this spring.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
A support group for survivors of sexual abuse has blasted a Catholic college for defending one of its teachers, even after he admitted the historic sexual abuse of former Dunedin man Peter Boock.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Aurora Energy has rejected claims of a conflict of interest over the independent review of its electricity network following an investigation.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Oceana Gold’s Waihi mine on the edge of Waihi township. Photo: Supplied Government proposals which could dramatically alter how mining is done in New Zealand cast a pall of gloom over the annual New Zealand branch conference of the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) in T...
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Northlake Investments Ltd has applied to the Queenstown Lakes District Council for consent to build 20 two-storey, three-bedroom terrace houses on lots of between 155sqm and 355sqm.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Millbrook Resort. Photo: Ben Arthur One of the country’s largest golf resorts has called for visitor accommodation restrictions proposed for homeowners on its land to be relaxed.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
bus_hub_disruption.jpg Smiths Sport Shoes co-owner Greg Lapwood says he is losing about $1000 a week because of the construction of the bus hub and further delays will make it worse. Photo: Christine O'Connor One Great King St business owner says he is losing at least $10...
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Two people have been injured after a car rolled near Luggate, Central Otago this afternoon. 
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
A one-month-old meerkitten is back in expert care after it vanished from Perth Zoo following its first steps outside the nest box
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
A man is dead after becoming trapped under a car in east Auckland this afternoon.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Police and ambulance staff at South End School in Carterton yesterday. Photo: NZME Police are seeking the pilot of a plane in their bid to trace the source of an outbreak that left 10 Wairarapa children in hospital and dozens more ill.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
north_rd_pole_201016_2.jpgcrio1.jpg Photo: ODT files Aurora Energy's staff have been warned that if information continues to leak into the public domain then forensic investigators may be brought in to find its source.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
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Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Dozens more bodies were recovered on Friday, the morning after a Tanzanian ferry disaster, nearly doubling the death toll to 86, with hundreds more feared missing as rescuers resumed searching for survivors at first light.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Police and ambulance staff at South End School in Carterton. Students have fallen sick after an unknown substance was dropped from a plane. Photo: NZME A Fire and Emergency service spokesman says he does not believe the mystery substance affecting dozens of children at a Wairarapa school came...
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
An Australia-wide hunt for a man who allegedly mowed down emus on an outback road and posted the disturbing footage online has ended with charges being laid by Victorian police.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
All a Southland truck driver could do was watch in disbelief as a car backed off the road and down a bank near the Clutha River earlier today.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
A female worker stabbed three babies, two of whom are less than a month old, at a home-based daycare centre in New York City on Friday before slashing her own wrists and being taken into custody, police said.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang greets journalists as he waits for the arrival of Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov at the Presidential Palace in Hanoi, in March. Photo: Reuters Vietnam's President Tran Dai Quang, a former chief of internal security who became one of the most high-pr...
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Rescuers search the water after the ferry overturned off the shores of Ukerewe Island on Lake Victoria. Photo: Reuters Tanzanian President John Magufuli on Friday ordered the arrest of those responsible for a packed ferry sinking on Lake Victoria with a death toll of at least 136 and scores o...
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
jaq_1642.jpg Emergency services at the scene this afternoon. Photo: Stephen Jaquiery Police and emergency personnel are attending a crash understood to have involved three motorcycles on Three Mile Hill Rd, Dunedin.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Malakai Fekitoa in action for Toulon earlier this year. Photo: Getty Malakai Fekitoa has a predicament. Stay in France, or take a huge pay cut to come home and chase the All Blacks dream that still burns.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
A man in his 40s has died after being stabbed in Pāpāmoa, near Tauranga, this morning.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
About half of older males and a quarter of older females were hazardous drinkers, the study found. Photo: Getty Up to 40 percent of older New Zealanders are engaging in hazardous drinking, a study has found.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Sugarcoated Bullets (from left) Joey Milton, Callum Walker, Ayden Crowther and Jack Munro at Ampathon. Photo: Supplied This year's Amped Project concluded last weekend with a marathon six-hour gig at Fifty Gorillas.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
kieran_read_8.jpg Kieran Read. Photo: Getty Images All Blacks captain Kieran Read has been rested for next weekend's test against Argentina.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
Police are searching for this man. Photo: NZ Police Police are still searching for missing man Ian Marshall.
Otago Daily Times | September 21, 2018
geros.jpg Marcel Geros appeared in court today accused of a Christchurch abduction. Photo: Facebook A fisherman has appeared in court accused of kidnapping a woman in Christchurch this morning.